I had my hair POWER TRIMMED yesterday. No more split ends and my hair is now super shiny ~ thanks to Bean, the gal who glamoured my crowning glory.
My sister had hers trimmed also . . . she's waiting for her hair to grow extra long to donate to LOCKS of LOVE, for kids who lost their hair due to chemo therapy. But James, her peirced all over his face hair designer, informed us of an effort to collect hair to help clean up the oil spill.
Did you know that hair absorb oil from our scalp and can also absorb crude oil. Organizations collect hair and weave them into mats that helps absorb the oil when/where there are oil spills. According to James, they will now try to make netted hair to clean up the water.
What can you do to help . . .
Go to a hair salon that support the HAIR FOR OIL SPILL PROGRAM. Have your hair cut or trimmed . . . WAA LAAA!!! you already helped the environment. If you are in the Chicagoland area, you can go to Milios on Belmont (www.milioshairsalon.com)
If the salon you go to is still not a supporter OR you cut your own hair or the hair of your family ~ it's easy to donate:
Now is not the time to blame . . . we've done that the last few months. Now is the time to actively help the ecosystem that is being destroyed by the oil spill. Every hair strand counts!